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Philosophy

 

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Betty M

 

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December 11, 2014

 

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University

 

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If it were to be understood that freewill, in context of the above mentioned definition, was bestowed on us by God as an omnipotent being, it would seem as rationality suggests, that God himself would be contradicting the traditional meaning of the word. In allowing beings to posses the ability to choose 2 regardless of external interference, God remains independent of freewill and is therefore not able to interfere with personal choice, regardless of His omnipotence...
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In allowing beings to posses the ability to choose 2 regardless of external interference, God remains independent of freewill and is therefore not able to interfere with personal choice, regardless of His omnipotence. This is then subsequently an inference that God, even in his omnipotence has nothing to do with the decisions made by being's, whether these decisions be either good, in the traditional sense of the word, or evil, as explained earlier...
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